Texas Businesses & California Consumer Privacy Act
A game-changing privacy law went into effect on January 1, 2020. Businesses all over the world are impacted by the new obligations that are owed to California residents. Other states are following suit and so is Congress. Come learn about it!
About our speaker
Clients benefit from Elizabeth’s extensive experience with a variety of regulatory, cybersecurity compliance, and technology-specific privacy matters. A former Chief Privacy Officer and General Counsel, she brings a unique and informed in-house perspective to her practice. Elizabeth routinely advises her clients on privacy and cyber risks and suggests practical risk mitigation steps that achieve business objectives.
Elizabeth focuses on issues including breach responses, privacy risk assessments, and enterprise-wide cybersecurity compliance frameworks across industries such as retail, health care, financial services, energy and retail electric providers, education, and state and local governments.
During her tenure with Texas state government, Elizabeth worked with executive leadership and other stakeholders to develop the state’s first official privacy division. In her role as Chief Privacy Officer, Elizabeth provided practical compliance counsel on cybersecurity and privacy requirements, served on the breach response team, and created and implemented policies, procedures, and employee privacy and security awareness training.
Outside of her law practice, Elizabeth teaches cybersecurity and privacy law topics for the University of Texas School of Information’s Master’s Program in Identity Management and Security. She is a thought leader on privacy and cybersecurity matters facing businesses, and frequently speaks and is published on emerging trends in these areas.
We are currently meeting viaZoom!
Our Zoom Meeting fees to cover our admin costs during this time are $5 for members and $10 for visitors.
When you register, you will be emailed the Zoom login info (which is different for each meeting) and can use your computer, tablet or phone to access.
You are able to call in without video, but the best way to use Zoom, is to have your camera on and show your face. It will give you the greatest sense of connection and you'll have the best experience with it this way.
- Breakout rooms for networking in small groups
- Introductions & Announcements
- Have a wonderful Wednesday!